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TX-32PD50 max resolution as a HTPC display?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by nikosz, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. nikosz

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    Does anyone know what is the maximum progressive scan lines that the Panasonic TX-32PD50 can display when driven via the RGB input?

    A press release mentions 75 MHz processing which if it were the same as bandwidth it would mean that it can handle 1080p. Is that right?

    Are there any other CRT TV sets marketed in Europe that can handle 1080p?
     
  2. peahead

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    no not 1080p but jvcs tv do 1080i apparently.
     
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    the only crt tv with 1080i is JVC HV-32P37SUE?
    PD50 supports 420p, 720p?
     
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    Can somebody confirm 720p? What resolution did TX-32DP30 reach?

    In general what technology do you people prefer for HTPC?
     
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    So does the PD50 support 720p too or only 480p/576p?
     
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    No it doesnt support 720p dont think any crt tvs support it well not in the uk anyway.
     

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